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Assuming the rain doesn’t wash the game away – and given that there’s already a single-game makeup between these teams at Wrigley, I highly doubt they’ll want to have to do that Progressive, too – Kyle Schwarber smacked his first big league homer tonight.

Because he’s ridiculously good:

That came on a 3-2 count after Schwarber started down 0-2. The pitch was exactly what the catcher wanted, too – a 96mph fastball on the outside corner, down.

If you were hoping to find a hole there, pitchers, try again.

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